Poem: A Travelers Advice

Walk free, walk sure,
Foot to the ground,
Steady pace kept.
Be alert and aware,
As you march forth,
Into the world.
Confident you may be,
But wisdom you hold,
Reminds you of the folly,
Of those who ignore the signs,
That surround them and warn,
Of what is ahead.
Listen well ye traveler,
Ensure your safety and survival.
Know the value of silence and action.
Fight back to see the light of day,
And enjoy the fruits of your labor.
With blade at your side,
Courage, honesty, and truth send you forth.
Relish them and dwell within,
So that you may find sustenance,
To hold you firm until the end.

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